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Surefire P2X Fury Dual Output LED
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- Pocket-sized light uses a high-efficiency, virtually failure-proof LED to deliver either 15 or 500 lumens of focused light
- Click-type tail cap switch; high-strength aerospace aluminum body is hard anodized to military specifications for resistance to scratches, abrasion, and corrosion
- Precision micro-textured reflector creates smooth, optimized beam; coated, tempered window resists impact and thermal shock, maximizes light transmission
- 500-lumen high setting runs for 1.5 hours and 15-lumen low setting for 46 hours; 5.4-inch length, 1.4-inch bezel diameter, and 5.7-ounce weight with batteries
- Includes limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty
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This powerful, compact light offers 500 lumens of brightness and fits in the palm of your hand.
- Ruggedly durable LED emitter regulated to maximize light output and runtime
- Two output levels; high for maximum light, low for extended runtime
- Precision micro-textured reflector creates smooth, optimized beam
- Coated, tempered window resists impact and thermal shock, maximizes light transmission
- High-strength aerospace aluminum body, Mil-Spec hard-anodized for extreme durability
- Dual-output tail cap click switch
- Tail cap switch locks out to prevent activation during transport or storage
- Weatherproof; O-ring and gasket-sealed
- Includes high-energy 123A batteries with ten-year shelf life
- High setting puts out 500 lumens for 1.5 hours
- Low setting puts out 15 lumens for 46 hours
- 5.4-inch length
- 1.4-inch bezel diameter
- 5.7-ounce weight with batteries
- Runs on two 123A batteries (included)
Surefire lighting products include a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
In 1969, Dr. John Matthews -- an engineer with a Ph.D. from Cal Tech -- founded the Newport Corporation to harness the power of laser light for industrial applications. Over the next decade, the Newport Corporation grew to become a leader in the field, pioneering a host of patented industrial uses for the laser. Dr. Matthews' later created and patented the first laser sight for law enforcement use with firearms, a market that became his primary focus. His newly formed subsidiary, Laser Products, eventually created the first weapon-mounted flashlight. The popularity of the SureFire WeaponLight, as it was called, led the company to rename itself SureFire, and focus on creating a host of rugged lights for tactical use, which continues to be the company's primary focus.
Top Customer Reviews
I love my Defender, but excellent as it is, it's still a single output flashlight rated at 80 lumens.
As the duties of my job have expanded over the last few years, I often have occasion to use a flashlight with much lower intensity than the Defender's 80 lumens, to be less disturbing to other people, to not spoil night vision as much, and because it will have much longer run time.
However, much higher intensity available instantly is still essential, which the P2X Fury also has.
Here are a few comparisons between the Defender and the Fury.
The Defender has a tactical runtime (how long before light output falls below 50 lumens) of 2 hours, while the Fury is rated for 1.5 hours on its high setting.
However, the Fury also has the lower intensity setting of 15 lumens, which is rated for a runtime of an impressive 46 hours.
For those wondering about the accuracy of these numbers, my experience is that Surefire's listed tactical runtime entirely realistic with my well worn Defender for comparison.
Another motivation for getting the Fury was its significantly greater intensity on the high output setting, a whopping 500 lumens.
That high output setting is perfect for the proverbial turning night into day, and especially useful to disorient a threat, either of the four-legged or two-legged variety.
The basic features:
The flashlight has what is described as a "lockout" tail cap, which means the tailcap at the switch end of the light can be rotated a half turn counterclockwise to make it so that the light can't be accidentally turned on when the switch itself is pressed.Read more ›
I tested this flashlight out on a 2 hour walk on some old railroad tracks through the forest. The trees block a lot of the ambient light from the moon and the stars, so it's pretty dark. Most of the time I used the dim 15 lumen setting to see where I was going. Once in awhile, I would see some eyes on the trail up ahead of me. I was glad that I could click the switch and light up the animals with 500 lumens. I saw two whitetail deer in one hour. I think the low output setting keeps them from getting too spooked.
As far as quality goes, I'm very happy with the fits and limits of the Surefire P2X Fury. There are no burrs on the metal, and the finish is consistent. There is only one odd circular shape left where the brand name is engraved made by the tool that machined the groove, but it's not a serious flaw. It feels very solid, but not too heavy. Much lighter than carrying around a 2 or 3 D cell flashlight.
I would definitely recommend this flashlight to any serious outdoors enthusiast, it's probably a bit more than what's needed for the average camper. Also, it would obviously be a great choice as a tactical home or car defensive flashlight.
I paid $123.78 for this on November 1st, 2012. I looked around for this type of flash light for a while. At work we get issued stinger rechargeable that I carry on my duty rig, but I wanted another pocket torch. Something small, light, and yet very powerful. I was looking at the ASP 35625 Triad LED Flashlight, but I went with the greater power output of the surefire. The ASP does recharge but I happen to get the batteries for free, so for me it was easier to go with. This flashlight is very rugged and worth the value!
(I'm currently working on about 500 reviews, I order pretty much everything from Amazon but I (until now) never review. So I'm going through the years of orders to catch up, and try and give back to the system. If your reading this PLEASE hit the button saying this review was helpful, it does help out the people that make reviews, and trust me it takes a lot of time... I try not to make long winded reviews, all of the specs are in the product description)
If you use this light much, go get an AW 17670 rechargeable or two - it fits perfectly. That's my daily use battery. No decrease in light output. It gives about half the run time - which is still ridiculously long - but costs next to nothing to use. CR123's are good for emergency use with their 10 year shelf life. If I could only have one light, I would probably pick this one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a Surefire, and I've never been disappointed in buying one. No exception here. Bright. Easy to use. Well made. Not inexpensive, but I think you get what you pay for.Published 11 days ago by Sgt. Earl
Amazing. 900 lumens on high beam. So bright you can see into the future.Published 13 days ago by George
These are awesome!! Make sure you get a titanium pocket clip from Promethius Lights. The Surefire people recommended it and it really makes a great flashlight with that small... Read morePublished 25 days ago by RANDY
I have put off buying a Surefire for many years. Mostly because of the price, I never really understood why a light could cost so much.
Until now. Read more
Excellent product. Solid and well made. Perfect size and powerful light. Read the reviews where a this Surefire P2X Fury could use rechargeable batteries but after receiving, I... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Debbie Bartholomew
Love it, but the eats up the batteries within 15 minutes on full light. Using Surefire batteries.Published 2 months ago by Pleasant1911